Turn The Page…. began as a simple idea and grew from there. No matter how bad things seem to be, just turn the page, there’s more—better—things to come. This is only one chapter in your life. It’s not the whole story. With this simple idea, Novice Sister Eroti-Quill—whom most know better as Tempeste O’Riley—began their quest to help Suicide Prevention and Awareness programs in their area. They managed to con (excuse me, convince) other authors to donate their time and stories to the project, and now, many months later, Turn The Page…. is born!
The authors in this anthology donated their talent as a way to support Eroti-Quill’s hope for others, to help bring strength to programs that so desperately need funding. It will allow them show those that need support but may not have it, or that may be afraid to reach out, just how much love and understanding surrounds them. Turn The Page…. is a diverse range of stories about the journey of love, hope, and acceptance.
Proceeds go to help support suicide prevention and awareness programs.
Happy Birthday To Me
When Dave’s best friend drags him out for his birthday—nearly kicking and screaming, he finds more than he expected at Sovereign, the BDSM club he half owned but had refused to step foot in for two years other than for administrative things while it was closed. He didn’t go to clubs. He didn’t sub any more. Period.
Well… until he sees Master Nicky. Then his plans for his birthday change and he decides that maybe giving himself a present, might not be quite such a bad idea after all.
- Happy Birthday to Me by Tempeste O’Riley (Sister Eroti-Quill)
- Robin’s Confession by Dianne Hartsock
- Purr by Nikki Prince
- Lockdown by Grace R. Duncan
- Ducks in a Row by Sue Brown
- Butterflies by Aine P Massie
- Once Step Back by Carole Cummings
- Superheroes by Hope Ryan
- Unworthy by Mark Zubro
- Love and Hope and Magic by Antonia Aquilante
- Façade by Donovan Alekz Crane
If you would like to donate to this project, you can do so through PayPal via the Abbey of the Brew City Sisters (the PayPal email to send it to is firstname.lastname@example.org). You just have to note on there that it’s for the Turn the Page…. project (that way the treasurer knows where to put it 😉 ). Or you can click the pretty button below.